(b) Transportation facilities shall cross shoreline jurisdiction by the most direct route feasible, unless such a route would result in greater impacts on wetlands and fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas, agricultural activities, or channel migration than a less direct route.
(c) Transportation facilities shall be designed to allow the free flow of water, sediment and debris under them and to convey a 100-year flood without causing any rise in the flood profile above conditions at the time of permit application. All bridges must provide a minimum of three feet of clearance above the one hundred year flood level.
(h) New and enlarged transportation facilities shall provide public access pursuant to SCC 30.67.330.
(i) Circulation system plans should include provisions for pedestrian, bicycle and public transportation where appropriate.
(k) All of the following conditions shall be met when a parking facility is proposed in the shoreline jurisdiction:
(ii) Shoreline stabilization measures will not be necessary to protect the facility;
(iii) The facility will not result in impacts to wetlands and fish and wildlife habitat conservation areas and their functions and values or the impacts can be mitigated in accordance with the requirements of chapter 30.62A SCC;
(vi) All facilities shall provide parking suitable to the expected usage of the facility in accordance with parking requirements in Title 30 SCC.
(a) Bridges, roads and parking facilities are permitted in the Urban, Rural Conservancy and Resource environments;
(b) Bridges, roads and parking facilities are conditionally permitted in the Urban Conservancy and Municipal Watershed Utility environments, except that roads and bridges constructed for forest practices in accordance with Title 222 WAC are permitted in the Municipal Watershed Utility environment.
(c) In the Natural environment:
(i) Bridges and roads are prohibited; and
(ii) Parking facilities are conditionally permitted.
(d) In the Aquatic environment:
(i) Bridges are conditionally permitted, provided they are permitted or conditionally permitted in the adjacent upland environment, except that bridges constructed for forest practices in accordance with Title 222 WAC are permitted in the Aquatic environment provided that the adjacent environment is not designated as Natural; and
(ii) Roads and parking facilities are prohibited. (Added by Amended Ord. 12-025, June 6, 2012, Eff date July 27, 2012).